Temporary Exhibition

Friday February 16, 2018 — Sunday May 6, 2018

Michel Campeau

Life Before Digital

The Montreal photographer Michel Campeau (1948) offers a subjective and sentimental perspective of the material culture of photography before digital. His pictures of darkrooms and his collections of anonymous photographs from the fifties pay tribute to the big family of amateur photographers, in which visitors will recognize themselves.

  • Anonymous, <i>Four Color Postcard</i> [détail], about 1960. Collection of Michel Campeau
  • Rudolph Edse, <i>An involuntary autobiography</i>, about 1953. Collection of Michel Campeau
  • Anonymous, <i>PAS-Foto</i>, Copenhague, DNK, about 1956. Collection of Michel Campeau
  • Rudolph Edse, <i>An involuntary autobiography</i>, about 1958. Collection of Michel Campeau
  • Anonymous, <i>Desired Moments</i>, about 1955. Collection of Michel Campeau
  • Rudolph Edse, <i>Autoportrait</i>, about 1955. Collection of Michel Campeau
  • Anonymous, <i>Desired Moments</i>, about 1955. Collection of Michel Campeau
  • Anonymous, <i>Easter Greetings</i>, about 1955. Collection of Michel Campeau
  • Anonymous, <i>Photo Club</i>, about 1955. Collection of Michel Campeau

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